Northwest Mothers Milk Bank Halfway to its Fundraising Goal | The Lund Report: Northwest Mothers Milk Bank Halfway to its Fundraising Goal
The group needs to purchase lab equipment before it can start processing donations locally
By: Christen McCurdy
November 22, 2011 -- The Northwest Mothers Milk Bank is halfway toward its fundraising goal of $400,000 – the amount the organization needs to open a physical location to process donations.
The bump is thanks to a $125,000 donation from Oregon Health Insurers Partnering for Prevention (OHIPP), a group of health insurers convened by the Oregon Public Health Institute....
Wednesday, November 23, 2011
This article features a mom who donated to the developing milk bank in Oregon, and who also donated privately to a mother with a baby born at term who wasn't eligible for milk from the mil bank. The mom notes it was safe because she was already tested and approved as a donor by the milk bank.